The Pikes Peak Collection

The Pikes Peak Collection




Our Pikes Peak collection celebrates America's Mountain located just west of Colorado Springs, Colorado. Standing at 14,115 feet tall Pikes Peak is one of the most popular mountains in the United States and home to one of the most well known races on its infamous highway. However you reach the summit enjoy stunning 360 views looking out over the surrounding range, Garden of the Gods and Pike National Forest.

Our glass prominently features the iconic Pikes Peak Highway stretching for 19 miles up to the summit making it one of the most accessible 14ers in the world. This highway is also home to an amazing race community where racers from all over world have come for over 100 years to race up to the peak.

Pikes Peak is most notably known for its winding mountain highway and the iconic Hill Climb. The legendary race has a rich history dating back to 1916 when the first event was held. The 12.42 mile course holds numerous challenges including over 156 turns on a mountain with rapidly changing weather and thin air. The dynamic of the original hill climb changed in 2011 when the road was fully paved, creating a new challenge for those racing to the summit. The quest to reach the top of the mountain draws racers from across the globe to compete and attempt to set a new record in one of the best and longest running motorsport events in the world.

The wildest run ever up Pikes Peak is held by our friend Ken Block in his amazing Climbkhana video from 2017. Dig into our 2022 interview with Ken and his inspiring history with Pikes Peak.

Racing the highway in the dirt before it was fully paved in 2011.

With so many ways to access the mountain its no wonder Pikes Peak is one of the most famous and visited fourteeners. Once you've reached the top of this National Historic landmark enjoy the breathtaking views from the the newly built Visitor Center.  Whether driving up the highway to the summit, taking the historic Cog Railway, pedaling by bicycle, or hiking on foot there are so many ways to experience the beauty of Pikes Peak. 



In our ongoing partnership with 1% For The Planet every Pikes Peak glass gives back to the Rocky Mountain Field Institute. Based in Colorado Springs, Colorado, RMFI is dedicated to the conservation and stewardship of public lands in Southern Colorado.

RMFI is committed to protecting and enhancing the ecological health of land and water resources by completing projects focused on watershed restoration, forest health, and creating sustainable outdoor recreation opportunities. By prioritizing the involvement of community volunteers and youth, RMFI envisions a world that fosters vibrant and healthy natural systems that are respected and cared for by the public.

RMFI has a long-standing stewardship presence in the Pikes Peak region, and are active stewards of Pikes Peak improving trail sustainability and creating a more enjoyable user experience.



The 3D data of Pikes Peak take prominence in our hand blown glasses made in Portland, Oregon. The iconic mountain and highway come to life in these pint and tumbler glasses.



The custom etched coaster set is laser cut from birch ply and fitted with a cork backing. Featuring detailed topographic data of Pikes. The coasters also highlight the iconic roadway with a dark etched line and the cog railway seen as a dashed line.

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